On Wednesday, the 65-year-old musician chatted with Howard Stern on his Sirius XM radio show about his relationship with the 55-year-old actress, which ended more than two years ago. (Photo by Terry Wyatt/Getty Images for CMT)BOSTON, MA - SEPTEMBER 19: John Mellencamp speaks and sings at the PEN/Song Lyrics Awards for Literary Excellence honoring John Prine and Kathleen Brennan & Tom Waits at the John F.
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Months after splitting with wife number four Laurie Dunning, he seems to have found love again – with someone who seems to share his disdain for Israel.
After reportedly beginning an affair with her behind the back of her Jewish husband – who was also his pal.
“The first time we met, we just hit it off magically,” says Smiley of the Grammy winning singer-songwriter.
“There are very few guests I can say this about, but James and I actually became friends.” But it was a desire to serve the public in a deep and meaningful way — “My whole career track at that point was to become an elected official,” he says — and not hobnob with celebrities that, in 1996, pushed Smiley, who is receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on April 24, to pen “Hard Left: Straight Talk about the Wrongs of the Right,” a book that worked like a karate chop on conservatives, took note of Democratic Party shortcomings and issued a political call to action.Rula had asked to meet Roger because he’s a vocal activist for Palestine.The two former couples have had dinner together many times.“1996 was a seminal year in my career,” says Smiley, whose the Smiley Group Inc.headquarters are inconspicuously perched adjacent to a closed-down burger joint in the artsy Leimert Park section of South Central Los Angeles.The guests for Wednesday, April 27 included Johnny Knoxville ('Elvis & Nixon') and Grammy-winning musical artist John Mellencamp.